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Sep 23, 2012 3:30pm PDT
news the tropr officially over. thert pre-surge level. thp this we're has taken s disturbidisturbing and thp this we're has taken s disturbidisturbing an unexpect in recent weeks. more than 2,000 american troops hap hahave died since the e wawar,r warp war, 264 . aandpand tonight, we're ond ttrto loop to look at where whe whewherp where they'whe frp from sofrom some of thoo have paid their own tremendous price. richap richar richaricharim helmar helmand province. >> reportep >> reporte>> r marinpmarines frormarinesm afghanistan. everythieverything marinpmarines frormarinesm afghanistan. everythieverythin looked much s for years. >> righp >> right n>> rig attack key positions. >> reporter:p>> reporter: wa>> troops pack down we thought for the first time in more than a decade coming this conflict, afghan troops truly participating. >> last time we operate independently, just with the marines, this time we're going to partner ops with them. >> it'sthe marines think there may be bombing hidden under the dirt floor. on many missions now, u.s. troops are in a supporting role. these become
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Sep 21, 2012 6:30pm EDT
: did you ask him to lift economic sanctions s on burma? >> i have already discussed this with members of your congress. >> but you would like to see the economic sanctions lifted? >> yes, i would like to see us stand on our own feet and push us towards democratic. >> you have called it a beacon of hope, though flawed. you are a beacon of hope to so many. but what is the most important message that you have to all the people around the world who are struggling as you have for freedom and democracy? >> it is the same struggle for everybody, everywhere. because unless we are free, we cannot really realize our own potential. >> one of the things that people admire about you is that you did not give up. >> it never occurred to me that i should give up. >> but there were moments, i'm certain, when you felt all hope might be lost? >> no, never. i was not always thinking of hope, i was always thinking of what to do next. >> i feel a need to ask how you survived emotionally. >> if any sacrifices were made, they were made by my family. i just took the path that i chose. and it is a choi
NBC
Sep 9, 2012 3:30pm PDT
culprit. >> i think johnny tore the lining so that o.j.'s fingers could not go under the glove. >> he is still making excuss. >> reporter: a member of simpson's defense team says darden is lying. what he says happened was impossible. >> the glove was never in the possession of the defense unsupervised until after the glove was tried on. >> reporter: darden declined the request for comment. while the claims would never be proven what he did prove is that the trial of the century still has the power to captivate our attention. >>> the pain at the pumpkins across much of the country tonight. aaa says the average price of a gallon of gas jumped another 8 cents now $3.83 a gallon. aaa says it expects the price to drop. refineries are switching to the less expensive winter blend gasoline. >>> the young survivor behind a driving force to save a lot of lives. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you've been years in the making. and there are many years ahead. join the millions of members who've chosen an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. it'
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Sep 6, 2012 5:30pm PDT
its highest close since the year 2000. the s&p 500 at its highest level since '08. that's where we'll begin as we talk to our fleet of current and former white house correspondents, savannah guthrie, chuck todd, tom brokaw. chuck, let's start with you down on the floor. we do get this jobs number tomorrow. what do we know about that in advance? >> reporter: well, the president knows the number. he probably has already found out about it. at some point after 4:00, after the markets close his chief economic adviser usually every month gives him a call and tells him what it is. they don't share it beyond the two of them. that's the way that works. so he will know it when he delivers his speech tonight. i know a lot of people are wondering will there be any clues as to how he delivers things, talks about the jobs picture and all that. that of course comes out at 8:30 tomorrow morning. one thing to watch for tonight, vice president biden's speech. it's been a rough week for vice president biden. new poll out showing more people have negative views of him than positive. he got bumped
NBC
Sep 22, 2012 4:00pm PDT
of the hottest acts in the music world is a guy named psy. he spells it p-s-y, he comes from south korea and for now at least he seems to be everywhere, most of all on youtube where his video has been watched hundreds of millions of times and is the most liked video of all time. nbc's anne thompson tonight on the new way a star is born. ♪ >> reporter: we have seen him morning, noon -- >> three, four. ♪ >> reporter: and night. ♪ gangnam style >> reporter: korean rap star psy. an overnight sensation to most of us, his song "gangnam style" is a two-month juggernaut on youtube with more than 240 million views. >> 90% of the dance is dress classy and dance cheesy. >> oh, okay! >> reporter: he's the father of two who attended the berkeley school of music. suddenly the world has moves like psy. ♪ >> if you're in the music business and you're not spending time on youtube i don't know how you're doing your job. almost every star of tomorrow at this point is probably loading tracks on youtube. >> reporter: two-thirds of today's teenagers log onto youtube for music. the results, viral
NBC
Sep 18, 2012 6:30pm EDT
obesity. it appears to make fat cells bigger and appears to disrupt the balance of estrogen and t s testosterone in our bodies, which is essential for caloric balance. >> reporter: it's almost like we're in the middle of a perfect storm, we have an abundance of cheap but not always nutritious food, not enough exercise in our schools, and, of course, we also have environmental factors now that we have to increasingly consider that is going to play a role for future generations. and brian, i know you heard me say this before. i'm more optimistic we're going to find the cures for some cancer before we unravel this one. >> this was an incredible story when it came out today. >>> remembering the man who changed the way we all watch sports on television. [ mujahid ] there was a little bit of trepidation, not quite knowing what the next phase was going to be, you know, because you been, you know, this is what you had been doing. you know, working, working, working, working, working, working. and now you're talking about, well you know, i won't be, and i get the chance to spend more time wi
NBC
Sep 27, 2012 7:00pm EDT
still hospitalized, blind in one eye, unable to walk or feed himself. d.c.'s police chief announced the arrest of three suspects wednesday night. >> i can't say enough about how heart braking it is to see that something as simple -- heartbreaking it is to see that something as simple as a piece of property or cell phone will cause someone the type of injury and grief that these three individuals have caused the maslin family. >> reporter: police now say that the same night that they attacked maslin the three young suspects robbed two other men near l'oreal plaza in adams morgan and got caught. police say they found maslin's iphone on one suspect, but they did not trace it, not until a tipster recognized one of the suspects' white hyundai from surveillance video and police finally closed the loop this week, six weeks after maslin was beaten and left for dead on capitol hill. >> a phone, a phone, you know, a phone, it's just despicable. >> reporter: at d.c. superior court, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >>> new tonight at 7:00 a renoir bought at a flea market for season bucks turns out it will
NBC
Sep 25, 2012 6:30pm EDT
. and there were other teacher s that were unable to do that. in my opinion, the teachers that are able to do that should be paid more. >> the cost of a full rise to tuition is $38,900, do you think we owe as a nation every pupil in american the equivalent of a $38,900 education every year? >> i don't know that a dollar number always equates to how effective the teacher is. i was delighted to have a terrific education at a private institution, that's not going to be available for the entire narks but i know there are teachers in the public system that are every bit as good as those that are in the private system. i don't know that i place a dollar figure upon it, and as i look at my own experience in my state of massachusetts, dollar spending per pupil wasn't a very good determining factor of how well the student would do. at one point i looked at all the school districts in massachusetts, we have 351 cities and towns. i plotted spending per student against the achievement of the average student in each district. and there was no relationship at all, interestingly. in fact the dist
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 7:00pm EDT
yesterday. back in june richard hurd contacted one of rg3's agents demanding a million bucks or he would release some as yet unvealed damaging information on the rookie. the agent called the police and hurd was later arrested. hurd is scheduled for a hearing november 21st and he could be facing two or three years behind bars. >>> the washington wizards will be without their floor general the beginning of the season. john wall is out for eight weeks. he's got some sort of stress injury in his knee. he doesn't need surgery, but the former first overall pick will start rehab right away. until he gets back a.j. price and shelvin mack are the only point guards on the roster. >>> fairfax county police on the hunt for a crook stealing from vulnerable victims. the guy you see in that picture dresses up like a maintenanceman, then makes off with purses and wallets from patients in doctors' offices. the thefts have happened throughout the mclean and falls church areas. he struck at least seven times, even stling from cancer patients. >>> coming up i've seen topper's seven-day and there may be a li
NBC
Sep 30, 2012 6:30pm EDT
shades. this is where the rain has been falling and is down in the 40's in far western maryland. here's what the map looks like this evening. the little disturbance passing over us right now. a minor thing. it's more of an issue in new england. but here's the gathering storm to the south. all this moisture will be coming up in our direction. and that means we get wet. you see the motion on the satellite radar combination, the one upper air storm spinning over around new england. there's not a lot of moisture for that to work with except in new england where they're drying off the ocean. but where we're concerned we're limited. the gulf is wide open and all the moisture will be drawn into this storm and eventually pulled up our way so there's wet weather on the way and today is the least of it. 46-52 overnight. the evening showers will end with clearing towards daybreak and the winds overnight will be calm and insta-weather futurecast shows the rain pretty limited, pulling out of the area with the clearing skies. during the day tomorrow, not a bad day. during the day we'll see an increas
NBC
Sep 22, 2012 6:30pm EDT
knee. tonight on cbs begins with c. s. >> gary: and "criminal minds" followed by "48 hours mystery" night, only cbs. >> verne: this one is about to enter the books with 13 seconds to go. steve spurrier out. steve had right knee replacement surgery back in january. >> gary: you have matching scars. >> verne: i had my left knee in may, one of the highlights for the conversation for us, not so much you and tracy. >> gary: not yet. >> verne: we were matching scars yesterday. >> gary: with the month of october coming up in georgia and l.s.u. and florida and tennessee, let's see if south carolina can take care of business, focus in and go to kentucky and win that football game first. i don't want to sell that because that has been a little bit of the m.o. for south carolina before. >> verne: 4-0 start for steve spurrier. >> verne: and the south carolina gamecocks. missouri's first road trip in the s.e.c. leads to a defeat and a rather convincing one at that. now let's look at the player of the game presented by russell athletic. gaudy numbers for connor shaw. 20 of 21. including 20 in a
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 6:30pm EDT
television to urge calm. but clashes near the u.s. ambassador continue, authorit s ambassador -- had to build a wall. >> this has moved beyond the demonstration of an offensive video. it is an opportunity for radicals in many countries to express their anger with the united states. and they have learned from watching each other that the u.s. outposts are not as protected as they thought. i asked why the clashes are continuing, even though u.s. officials have criticize the video. not enough, they say. that the response from the united states was late? >> obama, all of your government, it was very late. >> reporter: so all of this is because the response was late? but there was little time for interviews. we should turn around here. the police are charging. >> you see what happened, what -- just -- the egyptian government is doing with the egyptian people because -- because of the americans. >> reporter: there were demonstrations today in nearly 40 cities across the region and beyond. but as bad as it looks, the demonstrations were generally small. but in what will have implicat
NBC
Sep 26, 2012 7:00pm EDT
? >>> "e.t.'s" exclusive with usher's ex-wife. >> you were called a gold digger a cradle ronner. >> man, that one is pretty tough, too. >> the prenup and why their million-dollar wedding was postponed. >> when is the wedding on again? >> he called it off? >> the day before. >> the night before. >> was it usher's mother who came between them?
NBC
Sep 17, 2012 5:30pm PDT
for the current model, the iphone 4 s analysts predict long lines at apple stores when they go on retail sale. >>> and this is constitution day, 225 years to the day since it was signed. to mark the occasion, the national archives put something on display we never saw, the 5th page of the constitution, known as the resolution and signed by george washington himself, containing instructions on ratifying the constitution, and holding the first presidential election ever. >>> and washington out of control, not for the usual reasons. a baby panda has been born at the zoo. the mother gave birth sunday night. and while zookeepers thought they saw a look, the sound of the high-pitched squealing confirmed the arrival of the cub. the zookeepers say mother and child need to bond for a couple of weeks before they can conduct their first physical exams. >>> up next here tonight, news tonight on the royal photo scandal, when we come right back. >>> finally tonight, most people seem to have the same reaction. as a young married couple, william and kate should have the freedom and security to be
NBC
Sep 20, 2012 5:30pm PDT
just this afternoon, our chief environmental affair s correspondent, ann thompson, told me that is just the case in fact, brian, we may be in for a few warm months, not boding well for people. >> they're talking about people in their 80s, 90s, no symptoms before, and suffering now. >> reporter: and i think it is a couple of things, our immune systems are turning on like they never have before. our environment is so much more complex. and whether or not you believe in global warming, there has been a shift. and our bodies are part of the environment, and they are responding accordingly. so 70 and 80-year-olds who never had the symptoms before, they're complaining of it now. >> all right, dr. snyderman, thank you, as always. >>> and up next, the video that is getting a lot of attention. >>> it was a seemingly inconsequential moment between iran and saudi arabia this player notices something on the field, tosses it aside, and then a moment later it explodes. nobody knows what it was, except it could have done real damage had it gone differently. >>> this passes for bipartisanship, rep
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